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How to make a recession proof career in Software without a BCA, MCA or BTech degree

First of all lets see the demand as was seen in 2013 in US. In, India it will be similar this year. As we can see, Programmers are at the top. They have always been in highest demand.


1. Programming and Application Development

• 60% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.


2. Project Management

• 40% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.

3. Business Intelligence/Analytics

• 26% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.


4. Cloud/SaaS

• 25% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.


5. Virtualization

• 24% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.


6. Networking

• 19% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.


7. Mobile Applications and Device Management

• 19% hired this skill set in 2013 as a planned hiring process.



For training:

http://www.niit.com/services/ITEducationforIndividuals/CareerCourses/Pages/CareerCourse.aspx
http://www.niiteducation.com/99days/index.aspx?siteId=&adUnit=&technology=

The new GNIIT programme prepares college students for a successful entry into the professional IT world by making them job-ready, the day they graduate. The programme gives students the benefit of a dual qualification as it can be pursued alongside graduation. The new GNIIT offers a Credit-based Curriculum with enhanced flexibility and is a perfect blend of skills that include Core IT, Professional & Grooming and Cloud Technology. The programme maximizes career opportunities by offering programmes that lead to multiple exit profiles in diverse fields of IT.
Programme Highlights:
  • Industry endorsed syllabus
  • Blend of Core IT Skills, Professional Skills & Cloud Technology
  • Credit based Architecture
  • Cloud & Collaborative Learning Model
  • Global Technology certifications
  • Architecture-Based Multiple Job Profiles
  • Industry Internship


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